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Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer speaking at a rally in 2011.
Azi Paybarah, political reporter for Capital New York, explains the significance of Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer's announcement that he'll be running for Comptroller and not Mayor.
i'm open to a weiner run. he's an honest decent man who got bulldozed by slow news days. Some things belong between a man and his wife.Privacy, for once.2013 the year of the weiner!
anthony weiner- don't give credence to the ridiculous, puritanical morality in this country. this is nyc, we're better than all that garbage- please run for mayor!
As much as I loathe Christine Quinn - She is the only one on the democratic side that in capable of striking a balance between business interests and regular new yorkers. Everyone else is straight out of Cuba.
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